Vienna-Life Lebensversicherung AG

Vienna-Life is a 100% subsidiary of Vienna Insurance Group AG (Wiener Versicherung Gruppe) and offers you optimal solutions for your individual asset accumulation and private retirement provision.

We are happy to use our know-how through many years of experience in cooperation with private banks and asset managers for your benefit. Diversify your financial investment and retirement provision in a debt-free state, at a solid insurance company.

The Vienna Insurance Group is the leading insurance group in Austria and in the entire region of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). Around 50 insurance companies in 30 countries form a group with a long tradition, strong brands and a high degree of customer proximity. VIG’s more than 25,000 employees take care of the needs of more than 22 million customers. VIG shares have been listed on the Vienna Stock Exchange since 1994. The VIG Group has an “A+” rating with a stable outlook from the internationally recognized rating agency Standard & Poor’s.

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The Principality of Liechtenstein

The Principality of Liechtenstein is located in the heart of Europe, between Switzerland and Austria. The country is not part of the EU, but since 1995 Liechtenstein has been a member of the European Economic Area (EEA) and therefore has a strong network and stable international financial center. This enables insurance companies located in Liechtenstein to offer their services and products in the entire insurance market of the European Economic Area and also in Switzerland. On the one hand, German or Austrian insurance contract law applies, and on the other hand, Vienna-Life is subject to Liechtenstein insurance supervision law. This allows you to intelligently combine the investment-specific legal and tax advantages of your home country with the attractive general conditions and opportunities in the Principality of Liechtenstein.

  • liberal corporate law and liberal economic policy
  • traditional insurance and banking secrecy, privacy protection
  • debt-free state, with the Swiss franc as national currency
  • great freedom in investment selection for unit-linked insurance products
  • stable social, legal and economic order